Frair Lawrence, if you do not know of a way to get me out of this marriage, I'll kill myself.
When you’re in bed, take this vial with liquor. Your pulse will stop and you’ll stop breathing. It will seem like you’re dead. You’ll remain in this deathlike state for forty-two hours, and then you’ll wake up as if from a deep sleep. Thursday morning, you’ll seem dead and will be put in an open coffin, and carried to the Capulet family tomb. I will tell Romeo of our plan, so he will be here when you wake to take you to Mantua.
Oh, I’ve been killed! Romeo, If you are merciful, open the tomb and lay me next to Juliet.
This is a lantern, dead Paris. Juliet lies here, and her beauty fills this tomb with light. Dead men, lie there. You are being buried by another dead man.
Romeo kisses Juliet, then drinks a bottle of poison and dies.
Where is my husband? I remember very well where I should be, and here I am. Where is my Romeo?
Romeo and Paris lie dead.
A greater power than we can fight has ruined our plan. Come, come away. Your husband lies dead there, and Paris too.